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Sunday, August 30, 2020

The August bank holiday weekend means one thing in Havering - it’s Havering Show weekend.

Romford Film Festival is back – one of the first to take place physically since the coronavirus crisis began.

In these troubled times, who better to rally the nation in a chorus of song than national treasure Gareth Malone?

The Romford Film Festival kicks off from May 6. Over six days they’ll show 120 films and offer audiences the chance to meet with the filmmakers and producers.

An all-singing and all-dancing extravaganza of a show that pays tribute to the musical film Moulin Rouge is coming to Hornchurch.

A tribute band hopes to recreate the style and excitement of a live Queen concert with an energetic show in Romford.

An X-Factor finalist is inviting Romford women of all ages, shapes and sizes to feature in her latest musical video for a “fierce feminist” song.

A musician will be celebrating the extensive music catalogue of Barry Manilow in a show that promises to be “anything but a tribute act” in Hornchurch.

A swinging seven-piece band will perform some of the biggest numbers from the golden era of jazz when it comes to Hornchurch.

A show dedicated to the world’s greatest female rock legends is coming to Romford.

Let’s get ready to rumble as boxing icon, Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather is coming to Brentwood.

The Glenn Miller Orchestra is set to perform in Hornchurch with a brand of music that started nearly a century ago in the jazz clubs and ballrooms of America and still refuses to go away.

A spectacular journey through the world of musical theatre, The Masters of the House, is coming to Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch.

A Whitney Houston tribute artist hopes to get people together for a “real girls’ night out” at her show in Hornchurch.

A show that celebrates the talent of the iconic singers Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin is coming to Romford.

A swing band is returning to Hornchurch to sing jazzed-up Christmas renditions of popular favourites in December.

A disco concert which promises to travel back to the days when the dance floor was king will raise funds to support Saint Francis Hospice.

The Havering Literary Festival returns to libraries across the borough this week following last year’s inaugural success.

A show made by Madonna fans for Madonna fans is making its way to Queen’s Theatre.

Amy Winehouse’s father made an emotional speech about his late daughter’s legacy during a special tribute show at the Queen’s Theatre in Hornchurch on Monday night.

A band passionate about Led Zeppelin’s music will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the band’s iconic album at Brookside Theatre, Romford.

Four talented singers will be performing the greatest hits of well-known pop stars.

The Havering Literary Festival is set to return to the borough’s libraries later this year, bringing stars of the UK’s literature scene to Havering.

The son of a famous game show TV presenter will be sharing his dad’s story in a special tribute show in Romford.

Thousands of music-lovers flocked to Harold Hill’s first ever festival organised by the community in a bid to encourage young people to stay away from a life of knife crime.

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